Cameron Kasky reflected on the key role he's taken on in the youth-led movement on gun violence prevention, writing "I wish I could have done it all right."
"We can't do nothing," Senator Rosemary Bayer, a Democrat who represents the district Oxford High School is located, said. "We have to take action."
On Tuesday, Los Angeles became the latest among major California cities to ban the controversial weapons.
A statement on a GoFundMe page said of Daisy George: "She was always a joker trying to lift everyone's spirits. She loved to draw her heart out."
Officers said the toddler "located an unsecured firearm and fired the weapon, striking the victim."
A month after Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to 17 counts of murder, attorneys for the families of those killed announced a settlement has been reached.
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The poll found that 62 percent of Americans believe there should be restrictions on carrying guns in public places.
Black Lives Matter protesters, Second Amendment defenders, and legal experts have all weighed in on the trial and its not guilty verdict. Who is right?
Mark and Patricia McCloskey are requesting to keep their law licenses, claiming they were protecting themselves from a "violent and threatening mob."
The National Foundation for Gun Rights, which raised money to help pay for Rittenhouse's legal fees, said it was "thrilled to see that he is now a free man."
Thomas Binger's demonstration of the rifle in court infuriated some gun safety advocates, fueling claims online that he breached security protocols.
During a 2019 presidential debate, then-candidate Beto O'Rourke said: ""Hell yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47."
The man said he had called the cops but they turned up an hour later, adding: "My 12 gauge is always better than 911."
While the judge's comment seemed to be a commentary on supply chain backup, the joke has sparked a backlash online.
"Georgia's firearms industry is responsible for thousands of jobs and millions of dollars of investment in our communities," Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said.
"A significant portion of the gun safety movement's current agenda is likely to come under attack in the coming years," UCLA's Adam Winkler said.
"It is clear that the appearance of bias is present and it would seriously undermine the outcome of the case," said Circuit Judge Bruce Schroder.
"Pointing a gun at someone is not a joke," one person commented, with another one quipping: "Only in America."
"We must refuse to pass this onto another generation," the 21-year-old urged the nine justices on Wednesday.
The current court is poised to be even more conservative than it was when it last established a nationwide right to keep a gun at home for self-defense.
The part of the Constitution guaranteeing the right to bear arms has long been ignored by many state and local governments.
We need more gun safety laws, not fewer—and the vast majority of Americans know it.
NRA officers are the recognized experts in firearms safety in this county—whether movie-industry liberals like it or not.
Circuit Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled Monday that Rittenhouse's attorneys can describe the men killed as "rioters" or "looters" if they can produce the evidence.
An FBI report showed homicides among people ages 19 and younger rose more than 21 percent in 2020.
The unions called out Senators Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and Joe Manchin to move quickly on national gun control measures.
In New York state, someone dies from gun violence every 11 hours and gun violence is the third leading cause of death for children.
The video has racked up over 7 million views and showed the point of view of the students being walked through the corridors.